Rapid progress in the development of black walaut for nut production has been made in recent years. An important step in the vegetative propagation of improved varieties is the production of adequate seedlings. The author has investigated the production of quality stock and reports his findings on seed selection and nursery techniques. The methods developed are practicable and have wide application in hardwood nursery practice.
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